Data Privacy

Arctic Paper respects your privacy and knows how important it is to protect your data. In order to be transparent with you about how we use your data we created this statement which describes how we collect, store, process, share and protect your personal data.


Who is responsible for your personal data?
Arctic Paper S.A. is responsible for your personal data, referred later in this statement as “we, our, us”. When saying “we” we mean any company belonging to Arctic Paper S.A. capital group which is the controller in relation to processing your personal data.If you have any further questions regarding processing your data or your rights you can reach us at:

Collecting personal data

We collect different categories of data - depending on the type of relation we are in, in different ways and points of time. In case you are our customer or supplier we collect your contact details in relation to our sales or purchasing activities. If you are our employee we would require collecting additional data in order to fulfil our legal obligations as employer. We collect as well data which was submitted to us by you in case of contacting us directly via email or via our internet services or as a part of the recruitment process.

Purpose of processing personal data
We process personal data we collect for the purposes such as:

  • carrying out our obligations relating to a contractual relationship between us and our partners
  • managing inquiries and communication regarding our products and services
  • running marketing actions and surveys, organizing marketing events
  • maintaining effective communication and relationship between us and our partners
  • fulfilling legal obligations and enforcement of contractual agreements
  • promoting our brands, products and businesses
  • analysing web statistics regarding our web pages in order to improve user experience
  • administrative purposes
  • recruitment process


Sharing your data with third parties
We do not sell or distribute in purpose your personal data to third parties as a business model. In case your data is made available to a third party it is only done in case of outsourcing certain activities and under proper legal basis as well as covered by relevant security measures.


How we use your data and on what legal basis
When we process personal data for the purposes explained in this document, we use our legitimate interests in maintaining business relationships and communicating with you as the contact person at our partner, because it is our legal obligation or because you contacted us and provided directly with your data. We strongly believe that our practices regarding processing personal data follow the law and the rights of private persons.


Retention of your data
We strive to retain your personal data only as long as it is necessary to fulfil the purposes for which it was collected or for the period defined under certain legal or contractual obligations.


We have taken technical and organizational security measures to protect your personal data against loss of availability and confidentiality as well as take special care about integrity of your data. We are used to review our security policies and practices on regular basis to ensure safe and secure means of processing your personal data.

Your rights
You have the full right to have your personal data processed in a fair, lawful and transparent way. You are as well entitled to know what personal information we are processing regarding you and how it is done, access your personal data and request correcting any mistakes. You may as well object at any time to processing or request deleting your data in situations where there is no good reason for us to continue to process it.


If you are dissatisfied with how we process your personal data you are entitled to lodge a complaint with relevant data protection authority. If you noticed any infringement regarding our processing of your personal data please contact us as soon as possible at


Changes to this statement
We are going to update this text from time to time so please check regularly our webpage under to ensure you are aware of the most updated version.


This statement was last updated on May 23rd 2018.